What's good to use to remove candle wax from brass and other metal
Goin' where the wind don't blow so strange
Maybe on some high cold mountain chain
What utter balderdash. Please stop posting your foolish theories to
this newsgroup. It's childish and extremely unfunny.
I am considering forwarding the contents of your message as an abuse
report to your ISP. I will certainly be monitoring your future posts.
Scrape it off with a plastic credit card. Buff with a clean cotton
terry cloth. That will remove most of it. If you want it entirely
removed, use a chemical (petroleum-based) product such as kerosene. A
thorough cleaning will cause the metal to oxidize, however.
Hot water is generally recommended. If the wax is soft, a cloth will
wipe away the last traces. I doubt hot running water would work in my
house because it's not very hot. I'd have to heat the water in a pan.
Some say hot water is risky if brass is lacquered. In that case, a hair
dryer will soften the wax.
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